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Forum on China's 12th Five Year Plan

12:00AM, 08 April 2011
12:00AM, 08 April 2011
Regus Conference Centre, 35th Floor, Central Plaza, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Forum on China's 12th Five Year Plan

Register for the Forum on China's 12th Five Year Plan today, to examine China's policy roadmap for low carbon growth and to explore Hong Kong's emerging role.

Challenges and ambitions both loom large with the release of China's 12th Five Year Plan.  A well-designed and implemented plan could unleash a 'clean industrial revolution' to curb national emissions, unlock new investment opportunities and demonstrate that China is pulling its weight on international carbon targets.  An ambitious new national development strategy could also create the certainty businesses need to herald a surge of new green investment.

Featuring Professor Wang Yi, Deputy-General, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Deputy of the National People's Congress of China, join us for a Forum on China's 12th Five Year Plan; a dialogue with leading experts on how both China and Hong Kong can pursue and benefit from a low-carbon strategy.

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9:00am-9:30am: Registration and networking


Introduction: Changhua Wu, Greater China Director, The Climate Group

Presentation: China's Five Year Plan and Low Carbon Roadmap, Professor Wang Yi. Speaker introduction by Thomas Ho, Chief Executive, Gammon Construction Limited; Executive Committee Chair, Climate Change Business Forum

Panel discussion: China's Policy Roadmap for Low Carbon Growth and Hong Kong's Emerging Role, Professor Wang Yi and moderated by Rachel Fleishman, Director, Climate Change Business Forum. With: Andrew Lawson, Project Manager, Civic Exchange, Christopher Tung, Partner, K & L Gates, Changhua Wu, Greater China Director, The Climate Group.

11.30am: Refreshments and networking

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